1000 Litre New IBC - Combi Pallet
|Height - mm||1163|
|Width - mm||1000|
|Length - mm||1200|
|Weight - kg||56|
|Suitable for Drinking Water||No|
|Capacity - Litres||1000|
|Construction Material||Blow Moulded HDPE|
This 1000 Litre New IBC with Combi Pallet is manufactured using a new inner bottle, new galvanised steel frame and a new lid and valve. This non-UN approved product means it has a classification of non-hazardous liquid storage. The inner bottle of this container is manufactured from blow moulded high-density polyethylene (HPDE) with bevelled edges. This IBC is food safe and BPA free making it suitable for storing liquids for human consumption including drinking water, milk, alcohol and oils.
What is a combi pallet?
A combi pallet combines the advantages of a stable, galvanised sheet steel surface and frame, with the high resilience of full plastic feet. This provides a low weight pallet but with a high load-bearing capacity.
- 1000L capacity
- Bottom Outlet - 50mm (2 inch) integrated butterfly valve - S60x6 male thread
- Top Inlet - 150mm (6 inch) non-vented cap
- Combi pallet - Plastic & galvanised steel - Strong but lightweight
- Food grade and suitable for drinking water
- BPA Free
- Tamper evident seals
- Stackable design
- Maximum liquid density of 1.6
- Maximum stacking height (empty): x4 IBCs
- Maximum stacking height (full): x2 IBCs
- Length: 1200mm
- Width: 1000mm
- Height: 1163mm
- Weight: 56kg
What is an IBC?
Intermediate bulk containers (IBC) are reusable industrial containers, which are designed for the safe transportation and storage of bulk liquids. They are stackable containers, mounted on a pallet that is designed to be moved using a forklift or pallet jack. The tubular galvanised steel frame around the container guarantees utmost stability. This also fits perfectly into the grooves of a plastic pallet; both below and above the container which enables an exact positioning and problem-free stacking.
Delivery - Only £49.99 for x2 Containers:
The delivery price for x2 containers is the same as x1 container, as they are stacked on the delivery pallet.
*Image is used for illustration purposes only – the look of the IBC supplied may vary slightly whilst dimensions remain the same.